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  • Carriers need to reveal more about data throttling, group says

    Carriers need to reveal more about data throttling, group says
    Verizon Wireless, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile are not providing consumers with enough information about their data-throttling practices as required by a regulatory rule, according to a consumer group. Public Knowledge said the four companies are violating...
  • Increase in call center jobs seen as more come back from overseas

    In a hive of cubicles at the Dialog Direct offices in Highland Park, Mich., Keontay Kelley and other employees answer calls through headsets. While they work, LED signs on the walls flash reminders: "Manners Matter," "Phone Etiquette," "Yes Ma'am/Sir,"...
  • FCC's dull plans for Internet get viral, angry response

    WASHINGTON This summer the dull-sounding technology term "network neutrality" prompted street protests and viral web campaigns, crashing the Federal Communications Commission's website with a record-breaking flood of over a million comments from the...
  • Netflix to Pay AT&T for High-Quality Video Streaming Connections

    Netflix has struck a deal with AT&T, under which the No. 1 Internet video-streaming company will pay the U.S.'s biggest phone company fees to guarantee high-quality delivery. The deal represents the third major U.S. broadband provider Netflix has cut...
  • Epix Scales Another Distribution Hurdle in Carriage Pact with AT&T's U-verse

    Epix has scaled another distribution hurdle, signing a deal with AT&T's U-verse service that will add 5.7 million households to its subscriber base. The pact covers four channels and extends the availability of Epix's broadband offerings into U-verse...
  • AT&T executive Paul Roth keeps retail relevant

    AT&T executive Paul Roth keeps retail relevant
    Of all the innovative displays meant to make AT&T's Michigan Avenue flagship store a paragon of experiential retail, Paul Roth's favorite is a simple round table with a few bar stools. "This is the place where our associate sits down with you, powers up...
  • AT&T says small number of Chicagoans still seeing Internet, phone outages

    AT&T says small number of Chicagoans still seeing Internet, phone outages
    AT&T technicians are busy restoring service lost to some South Suburban customers who have been experiencing weather-related Internet and landline services outages since Monday, the company confirmed.  “Less than half of one percent of our area...
  • AT&T Expects DirecTV Deal to Cut TV Programming Costs by At Least 20%

    AT&T shed more light on the cost synergies -- and new revenue opportunities -- that it expects to realize through its takeover of DirecTV, including shaving down programming costs by 20% or more. The telco has said it expects to save $1.6 billion per...
  • AT&T's U-verse Tries to Lure Subscribers By Warning of Comcast-TWC Merger

    Getting in a dig at competitors Comcast and Time Warner Cable and their impending merger, AT&T's U-verse has sent postcard mailers to prospective customers by warning that "the two cable companies with some of the poorest overall customer satisfaction...
  • FCC Names Teams to Review Comcast-TWC, AT&T-DirecTV Mergers

    Two lawyers formerly with the Justice Department's Antitrust Division will lead FCC review teams looking into the proposed mergers of Comcast and Time Warner Cable, and AT&T with DirecTV. Hillary Burchuk, trial attorney with the FCC's office of general...
  • John Oliver finds humor in net neutrality, but loses the facts

    John Oliver finds humor in net neutrality, but loses the facts
    Comedian John Oliver of HBO's "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver" has done the unimaginable: He made the debate over the Federal Communications Commission's proposed net neutrality rules compelling. Now if only he'd gotten the facts right. Oliver,...